A new poll shows that a majority of Texans and 40% of Hispanics approve of efforts led by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to send buses of illegal migrants to other areas of the country.
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The statewide poll from Spectrum News and Siena College — which surveyed 651 likely Texas voters — revealed that 41% of Hispanics in the state favor efforts by the state to transport illegal migrants to cities like New York and Chicago, while 44% of Hispanics oppose the process.
Overall, 52% of Texas voters said they favor the practice. Seventy percent of Democrats said they disagree with the bussing of migrants to other cities, compared to 16% of the party's voters who said they favor it. As for Republicans, 87% said they favor the process and 10% stated they disagree with it.